Participant Register - archive
Who were participants?
Participants as defined under the Regulations included the following groups:
- electricity retailers;
- electricity distributors;
- electricity generators;
- line owners;
- electricity consumers connected directly to the grid;
- people who purchased electricity from the clearing manager;
- service providers;
- metering equipment owners;
- ancillary service agents;and
- test houses.
What defined a participant?
For clarification on the classification of a participant, people were advised to check the legal definition of a participant in Regulation 4 of the Electricity Governance Regulations 2003. They were also referred to definitions in the Electricity Act 1992 and the Electricity Governance Rules to establish whether they were in one or more of the classes of participants. It was also suggested that they may want to seek legal advice on the implications for them of the Rules and Regulations.
The Electricity (Levy of Industry Participants) Regulations 2005 came into force on 21 April 2005. These set in place more specific categories for the allocation of the cost of the Commission's activities.
To register as an electricity industry participant, people downloaded and printed the registration form below, completed it and faxed it to the Commission.
Receipt of registration was confirmed by email within five working days. If people had not received confirmation after that time, they were asked to re-submit their registration.
- Registration form in Word
- Registration form in PDF
180310Participant-register.xls | xls | 345 KB | Last Changed: 27/04/2011 11:28am
Note there are two worksheets in the document - Obsolete.
This page is related to: Rules and Regulations.